Stanislav Rostotskiy

Stanislav I. Rostotskiy
Stanislav I. Rostotskiy was born in the city of Rybinsk April 21 in 1922 to a family doctor. After graduation in 1940 he entered the Institute Stanislav philosophy and literature. In 1942 he was drafted into the army, first served in the rear, but in 1943, on his own initiative went to the front. He ended the war in Prague, receiving 11 February in 1944 severely wounded.

In September 1944, he entered the Institute of Cinematography (workshop GM Kozintsev) while working as an assistant director. In 1952 he was admitted to the studio to them. Gorky, where he worked his entire life.

Stanislav Rostotskiy took a lot of great memorable films, twice his films ("The Dawns Here Are Quiet" and "White Bim Black Ear") were nominated for the prize " Oscar ", three times Rostotsky movies became films of the year, according to a poll of the magazine" Soviet Screen "(the films" The Dawns Here Are Quiet "," We'll Live Till Monday "," White Bim Black Ear "). Among other films of the master: "It was in Penkovo", "flying squadron of hussars," "And the trees grow on the rocksĀ».

Stanislav Rostotskiy wrote articles that were published in journals of the film industry, a collection of memories of film directors and the actors. He was awarded orders and medals, including the Order "For Services to the FatherlandĀ» IV Degree, two-time winner of the State Prize of the USSR, was awarded the title of People's Artist of the USSR.

He died a great director Stanislav I. Rostotskiy August 10 in 2001.